Quite possibly the same ones I saw yesterday (near same location).
Small, about 1/2". Under rock in channel rubble. Very beautiful blue speckles, and very cryptic! Do not see any bristles on the posterior end. Certainly prettier than the dry specimen in the primary iNat photo of this species.
Crossing the footpath after dark.
Small, about 1/2". Under rock in channel rubble.
Double shark fins! The smaller male is stacked on the larger female (who is attached to a Brown Turban), just like the photo in Lamb and Hanby, p. 218.
Huge, about 3" long.
Juvenile, about 2" across.
Blue dots on claws.